Nu Pagadi

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Nu Pagadi
Nu Pagadi - Markus, Kris und Pat.jpg
Background information
Origin Germany
Genres Pop, glam rock
Years active 2004–2005
Labels Cheyenne / Polydor
Past members Patrick "Pat" Boinet
Kristina "Kris" Dörfer
Markus Grimm
Doreen Steinert
(Nov. 2004-May 2005)

Nu Pagadi was a German pop band, formed in December 2004 on the fourth season of international reality television program Popstars. Originally a quartet, from May 2005 a trio, the group described their own musical style as "glam rock. In September 2005, only ten months after the band's formation, the members announced their official split due to musical differences.

In May 2005, the band changed from being a quartet to being a trio when Doreen Steinert left.[1]

The band's name refers to a Russian (Soviet) cartoon-series of the 1970s and 1980s called "Nu, pogodi!" which means "Just you wait!"


Kristina Dörfer[edit]

Main article: Kristina Dörfer

Kristina Dörfer (born 26 July 1984 in Wurzen) has also used the stage names KR!S and Kris.

Doreen Steinert[edit]

Doreen Steinert (born 4 November 1986 in Potsdam) was a candidate in the third season of the German edition of Popstars, reaching the last 50. After leaving Nu Pagadi, Steinert released a solo single, Der Brief (den ich nie schrieb), which reached number 29 in the German charts, in August 2005.[2] In 2006, she released another single, Ich bin meine eigene Frau, which reached number 66 in Germany.

Patrick Boinet[edit]

Patrick "Pat" Boinet (born 5 January 1976 in Berlin) qualified for the German edition of Popstars in a Second-Chance-Casting. He qualified for that round via the Sat.1 show Star Search. After the breakup of Nu Pagadi, he appeared as a member of the jury in the Viva TV show Shibuya.

Markus Grimm[edit]

Markus Grimm (born 5 May 1979 in Moers) worked as a music journalist for the magazine plugged and sang in the group Cabrit Sans Cor before he was chosen to join Nu Pagadi. He continued working for plugged while he was a member. He is also a songwriter and texter. After writing song texts for various singers including Claus Eisenmann, a former member of Söhne Mannheims, he has announced a book, Cosmic Dancer, to be published in spring 2009.[3]



  • Your Dark Side 2005 #1 GER


  • Sweetest Poison 2004 #1 GER
  • Dying Words 2005 #22 GER


  1. ^ "Nu Pagadi - Doreen ist raus!". Viva TV News. Viacom. 2004-05-10. Retrieved 2009-01-02. [dead link]
  2. ^ Haußmann, Adriane. "Doreen - Der Brief (den ich nie schrieb)". CD Kritik. Events und Trends. Retrieved 2009-01-02. 
  3. ^ Markus Grimm MySpace-Page